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5 The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, October 5, 2016 Pumpkins - Squash Gourds Ornamental Corn Straw Bales Pumpkin Bread available at the stand on Saturdays Located 3 miles North & 1/4 Mile East of Lucas on the Lucas Road. Open dawn to dusk Phone # 775-2947 For a ngress works, elect www.jaywilliams2016.corn Paid for by Jay Williams for Senate I KEYA PAHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA Here is a great opportunity to acquire an outstanding hard grass unit. Whether you are seeking to "Re-Locate" your operation or just "Growing", you will be astonished by the Quality of Rangeland that is being offered at this Auction!! Call Today for More Information. We'll see YOU at the Auction! I ~l~,,q ]'I'~T 320 South 4th Sb'eet .... v ..,.... ,. ,T . 0We/l/, Nebraska G87G3 TP, AWS POUC, Ur.R Office (402) 33G.4444 Broker I Auctioneer ii Land Auctions Sales ~ Tax Deferred Exchanges in Nebraska, Iowa ~ South Dakota NAOMI ROGGOW Continued from Page 3 tie, Officiating. Interment will be in the Graceland Cemetery in Burke, at a later date. Casket Bearers include Josh Grubbs, John Roggow, Derrick Winter, Kalise Ellerbroek, Holly Roggow, Kassie Winter, Krisann Mayfield, Deanna Mendoza, Dana Davis, Sophia Ellerbroek and John E Ellerbroek. Music will be pro- vided by: The Grandchildren, Clark Audiss, Vocals with Michaela John- son and Shawnda Hazen, Organists. Donna Roggow and Marlene Krum- weide will attend the Register. Naomi Ruth Roggow was born February 10, 1934 at Gregory, South Dakota to Guy and Cora (Mosher) Parish, she was the youngest of fourteen children, seven girls and seven boys. She died September 29, 2016 at Avera Hospice in Sioux Falls, South Dakota at the age of 82 years. Naomi grew up in Gregory and attended the Gregory Assem- bly of God Church, where she met her husband, Darrell, and they were married for 65 years. In their later years, they supported the Lucas Baptist Church, which was close to their home. They lived on a farm one mile east of Lucas where they raised four children: Douglas, Lyn- nae, Kerri and Kami. Naomi was actively involved in her church where she played the or- gan for many years. She also loved to sing and play the piano. There are many wonderful memories of her singing with her family. In her last days and hours, she had many family members singing around her bedside, which brought her much comfort. Her hobbies included planting flowers and tomato's, can- ning tomato's, mowing her huge yard, word search puzzles, and go- ing to town to have coffee, often with friends. Naomi had a sweet smile and an infectious laugh. She was also known for keeping the road hot from home to Burke, many times a day. She loved to have family and friends around her to cook for and to play games. Naomi and Darrell were also active supporters of the Burke area sports teams for many years. In the spring of 2016 she left the farm and moved to an apart- ment in Burke. Shortly after her move, she had a heart attack and in her recovery process she moved to Touchmark Assisted Living in Sioux Falls. After suffering from dementia issues for several months she passed away peacefully on Sep- tember 29, 2016. Naomi was preceded in death by her parents, Guy and Cora; six brothers, five sisters and one grand- son. Naomi is survived by husband, Darrell; her children: Douglas Rog- gow of Ipswich, SD; Lynnae Grubbs of Gilbert, AZ; Kerri Winter of West As a special tribute to our Home- coming Royalty, there are two stu- dent athletes for this week. Senior Madison Wischmann, daughter of Craig & Mindie Wis- chmann, has been chosen as Stu- dent Athlete of the Week for Burke/ South Central sports cooperative for the week of September 25 through October 1. Against Boyd Co. on Thursday, September 29, Madison had a good night collecting 32 as- sists, 12 digs, 1 kill, 4 ace serves and 9 service points. After this week's stats, Madison is ranked 18th in the state for all classes on Max Preps in assists with a total of 324 on the season. Coaches commented, "Madison is like the quarterback on the team as she is in charge of running our offense and getting the hitters the sets they call. She is a very talented young lady that has worked hard to get to where she is today. We count on her leadership on and off the court. She's a quiet, sweet girl that has a competitive edge to get the job done on the court." Madison was chosen as Burke High School Queen during last week's Homecoming festivities. Madison plays basketball dur- ing the school year and during the Summer months she plays softball. She is a member of C-Club, Band, Choir, Student Council, National Honors Society and Flags in the Burke School System. Madison is also a member of United Methodist Church in Burke. During her free time, Madison works at KC's Cof- fee Haus and at the Burke Livestock Auction as a waitress. Senior Vladik Johnson, son of Jody & Suzette Johnson, has also been chosen as Student Athlete of the Week for Burke/South Central sports cooperative for the week of September 25 through October 1. Against a homecoming win over Avon last Friday, Laddy had 9 rushes for 96 yards and two touch- downs. Coaches Commented, "Laddy is one of our quiet Senior leaders. He has been a starter for the program for three years and he can always be counted on to give 100 percent ef- fort in practice and games." Laddy was chosen as Burke High School King during last week's Homecoming festivities. Laddy wrestles for the Burke/Gregory Storm and runs track during the school year. He is in choir and band and is a member of the C- Club. Laddy is also a member of United Methodist Church in Burke. Throughout the year, Laddy works for Mike Jones Construction in Burke. The Student Athlete of the Week is a program that has been started by Anson Insurance dba Southern Da- kota Insurance Services. The pro- gram is designed to recognize stu- dents in both the Burke and South Central School Districts for their performance in extra curricular ac- tivities throughout the school year. If you notice a student's perfor- mance during the school week, you can nominate the student for Stu- dent Athlete of the week by simply calling Anson Insurance dba South- ern Dakota Insurance Services. Des Moines, IA; and Kami Eller- broek of Sioux Falls, SD; eleven grandchildren: Holly Roggow, John Roggow, Joshua Grubbs, Krisann Mayfield, Deanna Mendoza, Dana Davis, Kassandra Winter , Derrick Winter, Kalise, Sophia and John Ellerbroek. She is also survived by her fifteen great-grandchildren, one sister, Verna Stroh (95) of Sioux Falls, SD and one brother Martin (100) of Hemet, CA.